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A Walk in Eton is a ninety minute walk around Eton and it’s college.
Find out about the architecture, history and fascinating facts about Eton. We will also cover King Henry VI and the founding of the college, college life and famous OE’s – Old Etonians. The Walk is around 90 minutes in duration.
Also discover the important issues surrounding the management of this special land of Eton, Eton’s spiritual life and why Eton’s bridges are so important to the Monarchs and much more.
There are limited places available. Groups up to eight in size.
A ninety minute walk on weekdays in Eton starting at 1pm.
Due to the narrow streets of Eton, the walk is limited to eight visitors only.
Assemble by the black information screen opposite the corner of Harte and Garter Hotel. A Royal Windsor Tour Staff member will be there. They will wear a black bowler hat and wear their Royal Windsor Tours ID badge. Once tickets have been checked the walk will begin.
In the event of wet weather please come prepared if it is likely to rain please bring a brolly or a rain cape.
During the autumn and winter seasons Royal Windsor Tours are still carrying out exclusive walks but only those booked ahead of time. Please contact Royal Windsor Tours and for further enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org